The European project DESIRE (Disseminating Educational Science, Innovation and Research in Europe) develops models of diffusion and exploitation to ease the spreading of science education projects results to teachers.

We invite science teachers, STEM professionals, science project planners, policy-makers, organisers of science events and organisers of activities and expositions in museums to tell about their experience in accessing or disseminating tools and methods that have helped know about project results.

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DESIRE's Online Discussion Events in November

The DESIRE project will reach its end on the 30 November 2013. During the month of November DESIRE is organising another round of Discussion Events for its stakeholders. 

The events give participants the opportunity to express their opinion on the Reach Out Toolkit developed within the DESIRE project. This Toolkit proposes recommendations to ease managers and researchers in STEM education projects the diffusion and exploitation of their outcomes to stakeholders."

Below you find an overview of the last DESIRE discussion events.

The 4th Discussion Event for Organisers of Science Events is taking place on 13 November 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event is organised by Dansk Science Factory. For more information on the exact time and place of the event feel free to contact Estrid Brandorff directly (eb@danishsciencefactory.dk).

The 4th and last Online Discussion Event for Project Managers will take place in the period 11th-13th November 2013 and will be moderated by Marisa Hernández from the Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona. The event will take place on the DESIRE portal. You can find the direct link to the event here

The last Discussion Event for Teachers is taking place from the 21 October til 29 November 2013 and is organised in collaboration with inGenious. The discussion will be moderated by Maïté Debry and Xenia Lauritsen from European Schoolnet. You can find the direct link to the event here

Can you as a Teacher make a difference for STEM education in Europe?
Take leadership on the issues that you believe in as a teacher and help improve the STEM Education in Europe. The DESIRE project invites all STEM stakeholders to make a difference. You can find out how in the article “Science teachers: using education research to make a difference”. Read the full article in the Science in School Magazine


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Welcome to our online discussion events! The online discussion events are used to facilitate the sharing of experiences between experts in different fields related to science education.

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